Food

Memorial Day arrives and the farmers markets are open. Vineyards, restaurants and other venues hit their full stride with the opening of the summer seeason.
Seafood! Seafood! Seafood! The summer season begins for many East End restaurants serving freshly caught fish out of local waters. Don't miss out!
M.J. Dowling’s Steakhouse and Tavern, which calls itself “a friendly neighborhood pub,” is just that. It has a friendly atmosphere and very reasonably priced food, especially on its specials nights.
After duck, lamb is my absolute favorite meat. It is healthy, delicious in many forms, and sadly, quite expensive. Since I don’t cook a lot of meat, cooking lamb intimidates me. So I order it in restaurants, which is really expensive.
Start off the Mother's day week with some Texas bourbon then visit a local restaurant for some Mother's Day specials.
The season gets off to a running start with many restaurants posting their Mother's Day Menus early.
Long Island Restaurant Week kicks off on Sunday with prix fixes at $27.95 at numerous dining places across Long Island.
After a week of cooking for ourselves and being cooked for by the lovely Ann Samuel while on vacation in St. Lucia, it was time to venture down the steep hill to Soufriere and have lunch in a restaurant.
Having been to St. Lucia a few times before, we were well aware that there is no fresh meat available, no fresh dairy products, and that fish is caught and brought into town in the mornings in wheelbarrows and it is catch as catch can, so to speak.